Made from Glera grape, which is well-known for its use in prosecco, the alcohol-free wine brand Sea Change is full of flavour, with hints of apple, elderflower and mint within the drink.
It only has 27 calories per each 100ml serving, and contains no artificial flavourings or colours.
The process with which Sea Change is made is different to that of most alcohol-free wines. While most are made the same as normal wine, with the alcohol later chemically removed, Sea Change’s grapes are picked early and chilled, which means they never ferment.
This results in an alcohol content that really is 0%, unlike other brands, many of which have some lasting residues of alcohol content.
The company has raised €350,000 (£300,000) for marine conservation and the fight against plastic pollution.